Summary: Loved it since I was a kid, and I'm glad to replay it. One thing though is it requires timing, quick stylus responses and gestures, and a tolerance for repeating dialogue. For example if you lose a level you must go through all that levels storyline/dialogue all over again.
Summary: Got the game for less then ten dollars. Its pretty good the gameplay is where its at but the story is boring and predictable. Casting spells with the stylus is neat and the combat is all real time so you awlays have to stay attentive as you die pretty quick. Its an rpg and action adventure and a little bit of rts blended into one. It has three endings, and wi-fi battles but haven't found a single person playing. Good game, worth it for the cheap prices you can find now.
Summary: A very fun game where you draw with your stylus to perform various spells. The game is very fun but has a few annoying glitches where your summoned creatures will not move as you expect them to or will get stuck and not keep together. It's easy to overlook it as this game came out on the original DS and still remains untouched as there are very few games like it.
Summary: This game was a blast with the way the battles were actually played. Having to draw certain combinations of runes quickly and accurately was challenging, but not nearly as rough as remembering which combinations did what. I feel this is a great and innovative battle system. Unfortunately, all that joy was crushed as the story is the same boring story, and the game was very linear, it basically hand walked you through the story and you got to fight a bit along the way.
Summary: I bought this game because I knew that the character animations were done by Studio Ghibli, and I love their drawing style. But aside form that, I was also craving for another adventure/fantasy RPG-type game. I have not finished the game yet, but so far I find it to be a very well-made game. When it comes to RPGs, the storyline has to keep me hooked, otherwise I will lose interest.